D8 - YPG Leadership Development Workshop Part 1

Madrid 2

Organised by the FIP YPG in collaboration with FIP’s Academic Pharmacy Section & FIPEd & IPSF & YPG

Chair

John Ly, Imes Pharmacy, Australia

Introduction

FIP Young Pharmacists Group Leadership Development Workshop

Join us for Leadership Training on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September 2020

This year will the be third Leadership Development Workshop at the FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, hosted by the Young Pharmacist Group with help of the Academic Section, FIPEd and IPSF. We invite all active Young Pharmacists with an interest to take up future leadership roles with YPG Steering Committee or involved with local or national YPG leadership to attend this session.

Those who are active at their local YPG and/or previously active with IPSF and looking to explore further leadership involvement with FIP are highly encouraged to attend. There will be limited number of places to ensure it is a high-quality event and applications must be made prior to the YPG Steering Committee to ensure all participants fulfill the criteria. All participants will be presented with a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of the workshop.

This includes YPG membership eligibility, FIP individual membership, previous extra-curricular involvement and a short 200 words why you would like to attend this session, including if you plan to run for YPG elections.

Programme

  1. Values of servant, ethical and volunteer leadership
    Betty Chaar, The University of Sydney, Australia
  2. Project management skills: Apps, tools, time management and processes to help manage the new workload
    Miranda Law, Howard University, USA, Miranda Sertic, University of Zagreb, Croatia and Yuri Jung, So & Company, South Korea
  3. Communication skills: Public speaking and presentation skills, constructive feedback, media releases
    Lin-Nam Wang, FIP, Netherlands
  4. Succession planning, why is it important? Ways to ensure stable handover of local or international YPG roles
    David Steeb, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, USA, and Sarah Vibhuti Arya, St. John’s University, USA
  5. How to run effective meetings
    Ema Paulino, FIP, Portugal

Programme Part 2 D9

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the structure and projects of FIP
  2. Summarise current YPG projects as they relate to FIP
  3. Demonstrate soft skills and practical skills in leadership and management
  4. Collaborate, through networking opportunities, with active YPG leaders from across the world
  5. Propose ideas for future strategic planning of the FIP-YPG

Type of session: Application-based